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RE: Who can help me pick out a 600 watt solar sytem?

You may want to check Home Depot. Renogy Edit add I see others suggesting a 400 watt kit and adding two panels. Others can likely answer this but the 400 watt kit may have lighter wiring than the 600. Not sure, but the 50% increase in power may force you to also add new wire.
wanderingaimlessly 01/24/20 04:41pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: Places to camp....?

If you haven't checked, try some of the apps rv parky campendium Parkadvisor wikicamps you could also check casino camper And if you are eligible the Military Fam camps Military campgrounds
wanderingaimlessly 01/20/20 01:24pm RV Parks, Campgrounds and Attractions
RE: Can we pull a TT with our ‘20 Suburban

With a family of 5 plus a large dog, your issue is likely to be cargo capacity more so than tow cap. There should be a door column sticker listing your cargo cap, add up weights of family and in vehicle cargo. Add 100 lbs for a weight dist hitch and then see how much room you have left. That's what you have available for tongue weight. Tongue weight should be about 12% to 15% of your total trailer weight, so as an example if you had 800 lbs available for tongue weight, your trailer loaded for travel should weigh no more than 6000 lbs which would require between 720 and 900 lbs of tongue weight. Hope this helps.
wanderingaimlessly 01/20/20 01:15pm Travel Trailers
RE: Another Tesla problem

In the report you posted "Three weeks after the crash, the owner got a letter from Tesla saying that the accelerator was depressed to 48% just before the crash and 98% at the time of impact. The owner still believes the car accelerated by itself, the complaint stated." They can tell a lot of things going on when the vehicle is operating and I have to think the investigation should not be that hard to do. Call up the vehicles report and show the investgators.Did it fail or did it do what the driver asked it to do? That was one, of multiple cases cited in the report. And the question still stands. And on top of the other potential questions, does towing add another dimension to the issue? Especially since the problem appears to cross all three of their product lines?
wanderingaimlessly 01/17/20 03:34pm Tow Vehicles
Another Tesla problem

Will be interesting to see how "uncontrolled acceleration" works for towing with the pickups. Tesla
wanderingaimlessly 01/17/20 03:17pm Tow Vehicles
RE: Camper title and registration.

Does, and if so, how, does that affect your ability to sell that camper in the future? Just curious what another owner may go through, both in Utah, and out.
wanderingaimlessly 01/17/20 03:13pm Truck Campers
RE: Need help replacing charging circuit solenoid.

As Enblethen said, it should be the same as the old standard Ford unit. Go to any auto parts store and ask to see a starter solenoid. You should be readily able to match it.
wanderingaimlessly 01/16/20 11:39am Tech Issues
RE: New Source of TV While on the Road

Using Sling for $25 a month instead of what dish charges you, and I got a free TV dongle for signing up for 2 months.
wanderingaimlessly 01/14/20 03:18pm Technology Corner
RE: Ford Increases GVWR for 2020 Trucks

Dont a handfull of states play their socialistic tax games at the 10,000 pound point? So manufacturers play the game too to help folks dodge greedy govt. It's all just posturing and a matter of how much they can take.
wanderingaimlessly 01/14/20 02:13pm Tow Vehicles
RE: Small flys/ gnats coming out of commode.

A good dose of bleach works.
wanderingaimlessly 01/14/20 05:34am Fifth-Wheels
RE: A redneck Automated Safety Hitch?

I DONT THINK SO. Rednecks I know wouldn't dream of having an SUV that new.
wanderingaimlessly 01/13/20 05:57pm RV Lifestyle
RE: Warranty coverage

Warranties are not as comprehensive with the RV industry as they are in automotive. Many dealers only service units they sold, even though technically they can work on others. Brands have varying levels of coverage, and varying degrees of desire to cover their products. A few do seem to have more favorable customer opinions than others. Grand Design owners seem most happy and in varying degrees Winnebago, K-Z, Jayco, and then it falls to the others, Warranty coverage as far as duration can be seen as something of an indicator by some, and in general Jayco, K-Z, some Keystones, Palomino, a few others offer warranty periods longer than one year. Remember, the warranty from the manufacturer is for what they build, appliances, frames, axles, etc are warranted separately by the companies that provided them. Your best chance at a unit with few problems is to do a very thorough walk through BEFORE delivery, and have everything addressed prior to taking possession, when you are in the position of power. Hope this helps.
wanderingaimlessly 01/13/20 05:54pm Full-time RVing
RE: Advice from current owners on new purchase

As said before, look closely. I have heard some comments , and seen why they were made about some units. Closely check fit of cabinets and materials, Particle board is junk, plywood is better, and for frames, hardwood is better still. More money for the unit often buys more "glitz" NOT more quality. You will usually get more of one OR the other, not always both.
wanderingaimlessly 01/12/20 11:05am Travel Trailers
RE: Low cargo carrying capacity rant

But after you load it to its top weight, you can show your neighbors how much extra storage space you have. You cant use it,,,,, but you have it.
wanderingaimlessly 01/11/20 12:33pm Fifth-Wheels
RE: RV storage

Check with a couple of local campgrounds, many have an rv storage area for short term or seasonal use.
wanderingaimlessly 01/10/20 02:35pm Roads and Routes
RE: Mail Service? What's available?

Dakota post offers month to month as an option. www.dakotapost.net
wanderingaimlessly 01/10/20 12:20pm General RVing Issues
Proposed new gun law for interstate travel

I know guns are a touchy subject but there is a new proposal starting to make its rounds through the Senate that will at least standardize rules for people who travel state to state. With the states having such a high degree of variance in their rules this may help travellers. Gun bill Edit add, from the senators website. more info on the bill as well as a link to the actual bill. Daines site
wanderingaimlessly 01/10/20 05:14am General RVing Issues
RE: Love my Mr Heater Hunting Buddy

And when you tire of the $5 per pound cylinder price try this. cylinder refill the adaptor is available on amazon for less than $10 adaptor And it cuts the cost per cylinder down to about $1 per tank. In winter months I find I dont need to refrigerate the tanks, just setting them outside when the temps are below 50 or so is enough .
wanderingaimlessly 01/10/20 04:41am Do It Yourself Modifications and Upgrades (DIY)
RE: DeWalt 20V portable air compressor

Not your Dewalt, but this works for me. kobalt Works off cigar lighter or 120VAC (faster) compact and will not deafen your neighbors 3 sites away.
wanderingaimlessly 01/08/20 02:31pm Class C Motorhomes
RE: 1 ton SRW debate

Scroll through the ones on that search, this one popped at the least. Chevy Sorry that link to window sticker didn't work, this should though. 2nd try Some dont say which engine but the ads do list bed length and then you can link to the dealer for more specific info. or this one another and another they are a smattering of them, but i see your point about mostly short beds
wanderingaimlessly 01/07/20 08:55am Truck Campers
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